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Division Votes
12 Oct 2021 - Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - View Vote Context
Baroness Blackstone voted Aye and in line with the House
One of 5 Independent Aye votes vs 1 Independent No votes
Tally: Ayes - 148 Noes - 129
12 Oct 2021 - Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - View Vote Context
Baroness Blackstone voted Aye and against the House
One of 4 Independent Aye votes vs 1 Independent No votes
Tally: Ayes - 135 Noes - 135
12 Oct 2021 - Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - View Vote Context
Baroness Blackstone voted Aye and in line with the House
One of 7 Independent Aye votes vs 3 Independent No votes
Tally: Ayes - 193 Noes - 186


Speeches
Excerpts from: Emissions Trading Scheme: Transport
Baroness Blackstone contributed 1 speech (78 words)
Monday 11th October - Lords Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy



Baroness Blackstone - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Wednesday 20th October 10 a.m.
International Relations and Defence Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: UNCLOS: fit for purpose in the 21st century?
At 10.00am: Oral evidence
Professor Steven Haines - Professor of Public International Law at The University of Greenwich
Professor Malgosia Fitzmaurice - Professor of Public International Law at Queen Mary, University of London
At 11.00am: Oral evidence
Professor Sir Malcolm Evans - Professor of Public International Law at University of Bristol
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Select Committee Documents
Friday 12th November 2021
Call for Evidence - Call for Evidence

UNCLOS: fit for purpose in the 21st century? - International Relations and Defence Committee
Friday 15th October 2021
Correspondence - Letter from Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to Baroness Anelay of St Johns and Lord Gilbert of Panteg, on the safety of Afghan Journalists, dated 14 October 2021

International Relations and Defence Committee


Select Committee Inquiry
15 Oct 2021
UNCLOS: fit for purpose in the 21st century?
International Relations and Defence Committee (Lords Select committee)

Submit Evidence (by 12 Nov 2021)


The Committee’s inquiry will explore the extent to which the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which came into force in 1994, remains fit for purpose in 2021. It will examine the enforcement of UNCLOS, its dispute resolution mechanisms, and the extent to which is has proved able to adapt to new and emerging challenges, including climate change, autonomous maritime systems, and issues of human rights and human security at sea. It will explore the UK’s current policy towards UNCLOS and approach in practice, and consider which international partners and alliances will be important for the UK to address these challenges and uphold its interests.